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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,828,971
2 noelwoodhouse 3,925,905
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,331,552
5 Rhonda.M 3,144,752
...
1790 KevinDudeney 18,882
1791 Mirrabooka12 18,840
1792 Moruyashirl 18,835
1793 Marlened 18,834
1794 VAJM44 18,833
1795 ltodd 18,805

18,834 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 92
September 2019 15
August 2019 24
July 2019 304
June 2019 424
May 2019 417
April 2019 434
March 2019 107
February 2019 429
January 2019 349
December 2018 170
November 2018 142
October 2018 254
September 2018 163
August 2018 224
July 2018 147
June 2018 21
May 2018 324
April 2018 482
March 2018 836
February 2018 544
January 2018 848
December 2017 1,156
November 2017 1,998
October 2017 66
September 2017 103
August 2017 606
July 2017 685
June 2017 746
May 2017 367
April 2017 204
March 2017 375
February 2017 1,271
January 2017 237
December 2016 1,058
November 2016 450
October 2016 372
September 2016 140
May 2016 867
April 2016 249
February 2016 15
January 2016 94
December 2015 426
November 2015 599

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,828,769
2 noelwoodhouse 3,925,905
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,331,531
5 Rhonda.M 3,144,739
...
1790 Spearwood3 18,776
1791 zdone 18,769
1792 mikeca01 18,766
1793 Marlened 18,762
1794 familytreesearcher 18,710
1795 leightonp 18,699

18,762 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 92
September 2019 15
August 2019 24
July 2019 304
June 2019 424
May 2019 417
April 2019 434
March 2019 107
February 2019 429
January 2019 349
December 2018 170
November 2018 142
October 2018 254
September 2018 163
August 2018 224
July 2018 147
June 2018 21
May 2018 324
April 2018 482
March 2018 836
February 2018 544
January 2018 848
December 2017 1,156
November 2017 1,998
October 2017 66
September 2017 103
August 2017 606
July 2017 685
June 2017 696
May 2017 367
April 2017 204
March 2017 375
February 2017 1,271
January 2017 237
December 2016 1,058
November 2016 428
October 2016 372
September 2016 140
May 2016 867
April 2016 249
February 2016 15
January 2016 94
December 2015 426
November 2015 599

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 135,282
3 mickbrook 111,521
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,528
...
509 kenshiels 73
510 murrayconnor 73
511 ontymay 73
512 marlened 72
513 elizabethh 71
514 janilye 71

72 line(s) corrected.

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June 2017 50
November 2016 22


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MRS. MARGARET VERONICA FOGARTY. (Article), Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), Thursday 28 March 1929 page 17 2019-10-15 19:22 pital at Kensington^ in the person of
Mrs. Margaret Fogarty, a native of the
and general regret was. manifested when
Sacred 'Heart Society, and ArchConfra
the soul '.at Our Lady of the Sacred
out by W.N.' Bull.
pital at Kensington in the person of
Mrs. Margaret Fogarty, a native of the
and general regret was manifested when
Sacred Heart Society, and Arch-Confra
the soul at Our Lady of the Sacred
out by W.N.Bull.
FIRE AT BRAIDWOOD. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) BRAIDWOOD, WEDNESDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 2 August 1888 [Issue No.15,713] page 5 2019-10-12 16:57 oxorilOOO not one pcnuj of ii Inch is colored bj insur-
over £1000 not one pcnuj of ii Inch is colored bj insur-
Death of Mrs, Ellen McMahon. (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Tuesday 30 December 1919 [Issue No.15,216] page 4 2019-10-12 13:00 'Deatli of Mrs, Ellen MoMahon.
Tho death toolc plnco at her resldeuco,
Pi lueca-stroot, M.orpolh, on Saturday al'tqr
noott las( of JTr?, MciWtluon, a voiy old and
Death of Mrs. Ellen McMahon.
The death took place at her residence,
Princes-street, Morpeth, on Saturday after-
noon last of JTr?, MciWtluon, a voiy old and
Death of Mrs. M. A. Wright. (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Tuesday 7 November 1922 [Issue No.16,103] page 2 2019-10-08 08:01 ;Deathvof Mrs. M. A. Wright:
Mrs, *Mary Ann Wright, a very old
Maitland,- last night, after an illness
the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mahor,
deaceased lived with her parents
at Phoenix Park, where they fol
lowed -.farming pursuits for about
twenty-two yoars. Thero she mnr
rlod Mr. Thomas Wright. who
died nearly 40 yoara ago. Tho Into
Mrs. Wright had spent about -30
years of her life in Mnitland. Six
'childron survive her. They uro:
(West Maitland),. Thoniaa Wright
(East Muitland), and JoRvph Wright
'Thoro aro 38 grand children and four
great grandcnildron. Messrs. D.
Mahcr (Hamilton), Jan. Mahor (Sln
glotou), and John Mahor (Morpoth),
are brothers. Tho funeral will leave
her lato residence to-morrow (Thufs
? day) afternoon nt two o'clock for tho
, Romau Catholic Cemetery at Mor
poth. , , . ... .
Death of Mrs. M. A. Wright:
Mrs. Mary Ann Wright, a very old
Maitland, last night, after an illness
the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maher,
deceased lived with her parents
at Phoenix Park, where they fol-
lowed farming pursuits for about
twenty-two years. There she mar-
ried Mr. Thomas Wright, who
died nearly 40 years ago. The Iate
Mrs. Wright had spent about 30
years of her life in Maitland. Six
children survive her. They are:
(West Maitland), Thomas Wright
(East Maitland), and Joseph Wright
There are 38 grand children and four
great grandchildren. Messrs. D.
Maher (Hamilton), Jas. Maher (Sln
gleton), and John Maher (Morpeth),
are brothers. The funeral will leave
her late residence to-morrow (Thurs-
day) afternoon at two o'clock for the
Roman Catholic Cemetery at Mor-
peth.
West Maitland Police Court. THURSDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. (Article), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Saturday 5 July 1879 [Issue No.4862] page 15 2019-10-05 22:54 Court costs, and JC2 2s professional costs,
Court costs, and £2 2s professional costs,
DEATH OF MR. C. J. KNIGHT. (Article), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 22 June 1929 [Issue No.1848] page 5 2019-10-05 11:05 ? DKATH OF MR, O. J KNIGHT.
Al,i'. Charles .James Knight, n woll
Iwiown resident, passed away on
18th inst, aged 00 yonrs, Tito 'do-
ooasod had been in ill-hoallh, for some
months, and tho Immodinto. couso of
' dwith wns honrt trouble. He was horn
tCt Glonnlo'fl , CrQok,! and hnd lived in
Singleton di'iltriot prabticnlltf .nil.' his
llfo. For 20 yoars lio cni'rlerl on lnlsi
/noss as a butcher, and .in Into years
traded »b C. J, Knight and Sons., D«
conacd la survived by Airs. Knight,
foul' aona and four daughters, viz,.
Afossrs. James (iSlngioton), Ohnrlos
(Kensington), John ; (Pymulc), Vlu
cont (Singleton), Mra. .'Mat Alahcr
(Singloton), Alias . Mary Knight
(Singleton), Airs, V Thomas (Cloornu
goolu), nnd Alva, R, Henry (Single
ton). Tho funoral took plaoo yostcr
dny 'afternoon, llio. romalna Jioing iu
torrod in tho Roman Catholic como
tcry,
DEATH OF MR. C. J. KNIGHT.
Mr. Charles James Knight, a well
known resident, passed away on
18th inst, aged 60 years. The de-
ceased had been in ill-heath, for some
months, and the immediate cause of
death was heart trouble. He was born
at Glennie's Creek, and had lived in
Singleton district practically all his
life. For 20 yoars he carried on busi-
ness as a butcher, and in Iate years
traded as C. J. Knight and Sons. De-
ceased is survived by Mrs. Knight,
four sons and four daughters, viz,.
Messrs. James (Singleton), Charles
(Kensington), John (Pymble), Vin-
cent (Singleton), Mrs. Mat Maher
(Singleton), Miss Mary Knight
(Singleton), Mrs, V Thomas (Gooran-
goola), and Mrs. R, Henry (Single-
ton). The funeral took place yester-
day afternoon, the remains being in-
terred in the Roman Catholic ceme-
tery,
The Shooting Tragedy at Burren Station. (Article), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 15 September 1894 [Issue No.36] page 12 2019-10-04 08:27 The Shootiei^ Tragedy at fSitrren
The receipt of the news of tbe shocking occur
less sensation i.. Narrabri than it appears to have
done in Wee Waa, because thfl parties were well
known there, Malier having been employed for some
known too that the domestic relations or Mr. and
that he was of unsound miad. Of this, however,
there doe3 not ajjpear to have been sufficient
evidence, except in so far as jealously may be re
garded as a disease. Some months ago lie was
arisen cut of an expressed intention on her
to declare that if she carried out hec inten
Kenyon, accompanied by Dr. de Lepervaucbe, left
inquest on the bodieB. G:een, as already stated,
on Burren ; but Maher 'e ives behind him a large
family to mourn tho tragic end of their parents.
Narrabri Herald, we learn that upon Maher arriv
pr-ceeded to Green's residence on foot, carrying a
accosting John Green, whom he met first, he dis
it was loaded, raised the weapou and attempted to
rifle. In tho mea-time two younger members of the
mattertoMr. Barton. Maher, after he had been held
on the ground for the time stated, promised hiB wife
them. Th«y then allowed him to get up and he
suddenly slipped acartridgeintotlierifle, of which he.
entering behind the ear, and, of aouree, killing 'net-
on the spot He then quietly divested himself of
his Bon with a request that he would keep it in
into his own head, killing himself inatantly. At
tragedy, the jurymen donating their fees to' the
[The unfortunate man Maher was well-known in
Phoenix Park.]
The Shooting Tragedy at Burren
The receipt of the news of the shocking occur-
less sensation in Narrabri than it appears to have
done in Wee Waa, because the parties were well
known there, Maher having been employed for some
known too that the domestic relations of Mr. and
that he was of unsound mind. Of this, however,
there does not appear to have been sufficient
evidence, except in so far as jealously may be re-
garded as a disease. Some months ago he was
arisen out of an expressed intention on her
to declare that if she carried out her inten-
Kenyon, accompanied by Dr. de Lepervanche, left
inquest on the bodies. Given, as already stated,
on Burren ; but Maher leaves behind him a large
family to mourn the tragic end of their parents.
Narrabri Herald, we learn that upon Maher arriv-
proceeded to Green's residence on foot, carrying a
accosting John Green, whom he met first, he dis-
it was loaded, raised the weapon and attempted to
rifle. In the mea-time two younger members of the
matter to Mr. Barton. Maher, after he had been held
on the ground for the time stated, promised his wife
them. They then allowed him to get up and he
suddenly slipped a cartridge into the rifle, of which he
entering behind the ear, and, of course, killing her
on the spot. He then quietly divested himself of
his son with a request that he would keep it in
into his own head, killing himself instantly. At
tragedy, the jurymen donating their fees to the
The unfortunate man Maher was well-known in
Phoenix Park.
Advertising (Advertising), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 19 February 1938 [Issue No.19,144] page 18 2019-09-16 09:47 SOUTH WALES,-PROBATE JURIS.
I)1C1'ION,-- n the Will of ROBERT
GIHlt lateo'oIf Kt ril Kurl in the State
ed to MIAUDE MARIY GRILL (in thile
Will called Matud Mary Grill) the Execau.
SOUTH WALES,-PROBATE JURIS-
DICTION,-- In the Will of ROBERT
GRILL late of Kurri Kurri in the State
ed to MAUDE MARIY GRILL (in the
Will called Maud Mary Grill) the Execau.
PROPERTY SALE (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Saturday 29 June 1935 [Issue No.20,036] page 8 2019-09-08 14:11 A well-known agricultural farm ot
III! acres, fronting the Hunt, or River, tit
Phoenix Park, was sold yosterday by
J. Knright nnd JO. W. Kparke, Ltd., ant
ing in conjunction, on behalf ot the
ostato of the late Daniel Maher and
J\ir. UUUrKtt »HUIUI, I'unm;u iu u» «M»v
tlon, the property was purchased Im
Sutot'ft, of Largs, for n satisfactory
cash price. ? .
A well-known agricultural farm of
33 acres, fronting the Hunter River, at
Phoenix Park, was sold yesterday by
J. Enright and E. W. Sparke, Ltd., act-
ing in conjunction, on behalf of the
estate of the late Daniel Maher and
Mr. George Maher. Passed in at auc-
tlon, the property was purchased im-
Suters, of Largs, for a satisfactory
cash price.
NEWSPAPER OWNER’S COLLAPSE. SYDNEY, Saturday, (Article), Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Saturday 30 October 1926 page 1 2019-08-26 09:58 James Arthur Taylor, of the Corowa
Times," after attending the Country
Press Conference in Sydney on Thurs-
day complained of head noises. He
was taken home, but collapsed and
died shortly afterwards. The funeral

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